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Naamghar established in New Jersey

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Nov 23 - The serene city of New Jersey in the USA, which is home to 300 Assamese families, is making every effort to preserve and promote the Vaishnavite traditions in the midst of all the Western spirit and also striving to impart the traditional values of their native state to the new generation of Assamese born and brought up in foreign soil.

As a step towards promoting the traditions of Assam, the Assamese society in New Jersey has established a naamghar, as the Indian-Assamese diaspora believes that such an establishment shall help in retaining the true spirit of Assam and the Assamese culture for years to come.

Since its establishment this community prayer hall has evoked a lot of curiosity and enthusiasm around the vicinity.

It needs to be mentioned that the community has been celebrating all the major Assamese festivals, including the sacred Srimanta Sankardeva and Madhabdeva Tithis, with all the prescribed customary practices.

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Naamghar established in New Jersey

GUWAHATI, Nov 23 - The serene city of New Jersey in the USA, which is home to 300 Assamese families, is making every effort to preserve and promote the Vaishnavite traditions in the midst of all the Western spirit and also striving to impart the traditional values of their native state to the new generation of Assamese born and brought up in foreign soil.

As a step towards promoting the traditions of Assam, the Assamese society in New Jersey has established a naamghar, as the Indian-Assamese diaspora believes that such an establishment shall help in retaining the true spirit of Assam and the Assamese culture for years to come.

Since its establishment this community prayer hall has evoked a lot of curiosity and enthusiasm around the vicinity.

It needs to be mentioned that the community has been celebrating all the major Assamese festivals, including the sacred Srimanta Sankardeva and Madhabdeva Tithis, with all the prescribed customary practices.